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Documentary in which rapper Ice-T seeks not only to chart the origins and evolution of the hip-hop movement, but also to uncover a range of perspectives on the direction the music has taken in recent years. Has the popularity of the genre and its shift into the mainstream of American - and, for that matter, global - public life damaged its soul and corrupted its folk roots? Have artistic expression and political protest given way to commercial imperatives and bling culture? The film puts these questions to the great and good of rap, while celebrating the scene’s continuing spirit.
Documentary investigating the deaths of hip-hop stars Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur.
14+ years 127 mins
Mix of live music and comedy, about comedian Dave Chappelle and his attempt to organise a one-off free concert on a New York street corner.
14+ years 98 mins
A gripping and honest portrayal of a hip hop wannabe on the make
14+ years 112 mins
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